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Oily solutions of c [60] fullerene and their use for preventing damages caused to meatazoans by free radicals
Application filed by Fathi Moussa, Manef Abderabba
The present invention relates to a stable biocompatible composition comprising: (a) a carriers selected from the group consisting of fats and oils and (b) [60]fullerene, wherein the fullerene is dissolved in said carrier. The above composition may be used to protect metazoans against damages caused by oxidative stress involving free radicals.

SOLUBILITY OF THERAPEUTIC AGENTS
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Application filed by Sevengenes Inc
Disclosed herein are methods and compositions to improve the solubility of therapeutic agents. In one embodiment, a method of improving solubility of a therapeutic agent includes mixing fullerene in a lipid solution to form a lipofullerene mixture, and mixing the therapeutic agent with the lipofullerene mixture.

Abandoned


FULLERENE AND ITS USE TO MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH AND TO PROLONG THE EXPECTED LIFESPAN OF MAMMALS
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Application filed by Fathi Moussa, Manef Abderabba
Application status is Abandoned
A water-insoluble fullerene is at least partially dissolved in a biocompatible lipid carrier, especially a fat or an oil such as butter, olive oil, and liquid paraffin. When administered to mammals, the fullerene, most preferably [60]fullerene dissolved in olive oil, scavenges free radicals and prolongs life span in rats.
Longecity discussion #19

USING FULLERENES TO ENHANCE AND STIMULATE HAIR GROWTH
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Filed by Luna Innovations Inc
Application status is Abandoned
Described herein are methods for treating lack of hair growth or a reduction or loss of existing hair by stimulating and/or restoring hair growth, or preventing hair loss. The methods comprise administering to a subject in need thereof a therapeutically effective amount of a fullerene.


Granted


Cellular enhancements in biological systems through the use of li-pofullerene and peptide group combinations
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Filed by LivePet LLC
Application granted 2016.04.12
In some embodiments, a chemical composition may include C60, serrapeptase, or a tetrapeptide. The tetrapeptide may include ALA,GLU,ASP,GLY. In some embodiments, the chemical composition may include a dipeptide. The dipeptide may include carnosine or camatine. In some embodiments, the chemical composition may include at least one lipid. One or more components of the chemical composition may be suspended in and/or dissolved in the at least one lipid. At least one lipid may include olive oil or mussel oil. In some embodiments, a method may include administering to a subject an effective amount of a pharmaceutically acceptable formulation comprising the chemical composition. The method may include inhibiting and/or ameliorating inflammation and/or a malady associated with inflammation. In some embodiments, the subject may include a human or a nonhuman mammal. Nonhuman mammals may include equines, canines, or felines.

Use of fullerenes for the treatment of mast cell and basophil-mediated disease
Filed by Virginia Commonwealth University
Application granted 2011.05.24
Mast cell (MC) and peripheral blood basophil (PBB)-associated diseases are treated or prevented, or their symptoms are alleviated by the administration of water soluble fullerenes (buckeyballs) to the individual under conditions sufficient to inhibit MC and PBB responses. MC and PBB responses are associated with, for example, various allergies including Type 1 hypersensitivity initiated by IgE-antigen, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, urticaria, atopic dermatitis, heart disease, etc. The treatment regimen can be enhanced using Chimeric fullerenes that specifically home to and inhibit MC and PBB cells. These molecules, for example, comprise fullerenes to which are attached IgE Fc or stem cell factor (SCF) peptides that bind to receptors specifically on MC and PBB cells. Additional molecules which may be used in the processes include IgE Fc or SCF peptides with several fullerenes covalently attached.


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